Florida and Texas A&M were scheduled to have a college basketball game Wednesday night, but the game was delayed because the Texas A&M Aggies forgot one thing that was kind of important: their uniforms.
The Aggies arrived at the arena for their game with Florida, and upon conducting their warmups, they realized there was an issue with their uniforms. They were not in the locker room as expected, but rather at the team's hotel. In response, a team manager had to quickly return to the hotel to retrieve the uniforms. Both teams used the extra time to continue warming up.
Texas A&M was given a technical foul prior to the game as a result of their mistake.
During the broadcast, the announcers made jokes about the delay to the game.
Tom Hart, one of the announcers, jokingly remarked at the start of the broadcast, "We're not quite sure how long this delay is going to be. What we do know is they ruled out playing shirts and skins, so we'll wait."
Texas A&M was assessed a technical foul, with the game also being delayed, because they left their uniforms at the hotel pic.twitter.com/k20wkXX8gB
— Trey Wallace (@TreyWallace_) January 5, 2023
Due to the delay, Texas A&M was given an administrative technical foul and Florida took the lead before the start of the game. This was the SEC opener for the Aggies, while Florida had previously lost to Auburn in league play.
“95 percent of teams ion college basketball warm-up in a shooting shirt, with an under-shirt underneath it. They don’t go back and out their jersey on until they until they clear the floor for the last time before the national anthem,” commentator Jimmy Dykes explained
It is likely that this will be the last time that Texas A&M arrives at the arena without their uniforms. The situation is comical, unless you are the equipment manager who probably broke several traffic laws while rushing back and forth to the arena with the uniforms.
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